Children’s Day and its Importance
A day dedicated to children, celebrating their kind and pure hearts, reminding us of our golden childhood days. Children’s day is celebrated in India on 14th November every year marking the birth anniversary of independent India’s first Prime Minister – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. This day embarks the unconditional love and passion that Jawaharlal Nehru shared for children. Children’s day or Bal Diwas is also a reminder for parents and elders to understand and celebrate the worth of little ones. Children are the future of any country and providing them with sound education and a healthy environment is responsibility of every elder. Jawaharlal Nehru understood this fact and propagated his ideas of children welfare throughout his life. He is fondly known as ‘Chacha Nehru’ till date by all his lovers. This day is a tribute to this great man.
Children’s day is marked with various fun-filled activities for children at school, society gatherings etc. With no studies and all play, children rejoice this day to the fullest and look forward for celebration of children’s day every year. Distribution of sweets and chocolates with some fun gifts and games to play; it indeed is celebrated with great pomp and show in every school. Children are seen dressed in various outfits on this day as very often competitions like fancy dress, singing, dancing etc, are held by schools to celebrate the identity and personalities of children.
A serious issue to be considered with the present case scenarios of celebrations nowadays is that every school to show their worth celebrates children’s day with great drama and show, spending loads of money. No doubt it is great for the students of such schools but little is considered about the children who cannot afford to go to such prestigious schools or have any access to education at all. The schools can take measures to celebrate this day with all such children; they can take students to various orphanages or special child- care homes and can hold activities at these places only. It is imperative to make children understand that every life is worth the same value and only by spreading and sharing the happiness can the true meaning of love be realized. One other way to celebrate children’s day is providing the underprivileged children with clothes, toys, stationery, books, etc. Parents and school authorities should understand that by bringing a smile on face of these children, they can make a huge difference in shaping their lives.
So, this day while giving a present to your children, remember to make someone else happy too, and educate your young ones to become responsible human beings. It is a special day all across India, and an even more special day for us at Schoolgully as we work each day to make life of parents and children easy and happy by working towards our endevour. A very happy Children’s day to everyone
Author Name:Suhani Jain
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